Looking down from a plane, one cannot help think that Malta lacks the undulating meadows which characterise the countryside of larger nations. Yet it is that ruggedness which captivates me, because it is so different. It is unfortunate that more unspoilt land is being sacrificed for development, which motivates me to record that which might not be with us in future.

limits of Wardija / 14″ x 10″ / €420

limits of ir-Rabat / 26″ x 17″ / €700

limits of Bidnija / 14″ x 10″ / €420

Qannotta Valley / 26″ x 9″ / €470

limits of St Andrew’s / 26″ x 17″ / €585 (framed)

limits of il-Bidnija / 26″ x 17″ / €650 (framed)

limits of Qrendi / 18″ x 12″ / €470

limits of St Andrew’s / 26″ x 17″ / €650

limits of Haz-Zebbug / 26″ x 17″ / €700

limits of Mosta / 22″ x 15″ / €470

limits of Hal Lija / 26″ x 17″ / €515

limits of Bidnija / 25″ x 21″ / €650

limits of ir-Rabat / 26″ x 17″ / €700

limits of Haz-Zebbug / 19″ x 14″ / €470

limits of Bidnija / 26″ x 18″ / €700

limits of Rabat, Malta / 19″ x 13″ / €470

limits of Rabat / 19″ x 13″ / €515

limits of Rabat, Malta / 19″ x 13″ / €470

limits of Lunzjata, Rabat / 18″ x 14″ / €470

limits of St Thomas Bay / 26″ x 9″ / €470